Dota 2 player David "Moo" Hull​ has parted ways with his team, compLexity Gaming, according to a tweet he posted Wednesday.


Moo thanked compLexity for allowing him to represent it for the last two years on the organization's ​Dota 2 team, where he played as an offlaner and carry.

Moo is the second compLexity player to have announced his departure from the team, preceded Wednesday by ​Adam Erwann Shah "Adam" bin Akhtar Hussein. CompLexity has yet to comment on either player's departure, leaving its current roster at only three players: Zakari "Zfreek" Freedman, Linus "Limmp" Blomdin and David "MoonMeander" Tan.


CompLexity's roster shake up makes sense in the wake of a disappointing failure to qualify for TI8 after a loss to OpTic Gaming in the North American qualifier.


Photo by Adela Sznajder/ESL

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